Anthony Check is an Associate at Mullen Coughlin and practices primarily in the Firm’s Incident Response practice group. As a Breach Coach to organizations who have experienced a data privacy and security incident, Anthony works closely with the victim organization, third-party forensic investigation firms and law enforcement, among other incident response stakeholders, to first contain the incident before determining the nature and scope of the incident. He then counsels the victim organization on any legal or regulatory notification obligations that stem from the incident in line with applicable state, federal, international or industry laws and regulations, and effectuates said notices. He also assists organizations in responding to regulatory investigations and follow-up stemming from data privacy and security incidents.
Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Anthony practiced in the Professional Liability Department at a full-service law firm defending organizations in the areas of amusements, sports and recreation Liability; product liability; and premises and retail liability.
He received his J.D. from Emory University School of Law where he was a member of the Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal executive board.
Outside of his Mullen Coughlin practice, Anthony volunteers with Philadelphia VIP’s “Tangled Title Fund” which works to alleviate homelessness in Philadelphia by providing pro bono services to low-income Philadelphians to clear legal titles to their home.
- “The Decline in Value Formulation: How Courts Should Approach State Bulk Sale Provisions in Bankruptcy,” Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, 2020